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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
325 AM CDT Tue Jul 18 2017

Clouds gradually overspread the region during the overnight hours
as a complex of thunderstorms fell apart over northwest Wisconsin.
These clouds, combined with a light south wind, brought much more
mild conditions to the area with low temperatures mainly in the
lower to middle 60s.

Other than a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms over
north-central WI, the rest of the region should see a mix of sun
and clouds this morning. However, as a cold front sweeps into
Wisconsin this afternoon, look for showers and thunderstorms to
develop and move across northeast Wisconsin. Some of these storms
may become severe with large hail and damaging winds the primary
threats. Locally heavy rain is also possible which may create
localized flooding.

These showers and storms will continue into tonight until the cold
front passes. Some of these thunderstorms may be severe this
evening. As the front sags into southern Wisconsin after midnight,
northern Wisconsin will see the precipitation end and skies to
become partly cloudy.

Other than a few lingering showers early Wednesday morning over
east-central Wisconsin, the rest of the day now looks dry as the
front stalls near the Wisconsin and Illinois border and weak high
pressure moves across northern sections of the Great Lakes.

Warm and humid conditions today are forecast to be replaced by
slightly cooler and less humid conditions on Wednesday.


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